Brief trade recap for Friday:
Daily profit: ($390.87)
Weekly profit: $4,594.75
9 thoughts on “Trade recap for April 23rd”
What is the strategy behind going net natural, is there something you can direct me to read to learn about the advantages of this. Pretty new to trading so just trying to learn.
I wanted to lock up the shares short but lacked the guts to hold short over the weekend.
He could simply buy-to-cover, but that would release his borrowed shares and allow others to borrow those shares. He wants to keep them for himself, so instead of buying-to-cover, he just buys outright (in another account), which makes him “net neutral” AND retains the right to those borrows. He is long in one account the same number of shares he is short in another account; no market movement will make or lose him money. This gives him the advantage of being “net neutral” while still retaining borrowable shares should he decide to sell shares and become net-short in the future.
F-ing BLUG. I’ve been short for a few days as well- annoying.
LOL yeah I pick the one pump that doesn’t die to short big and long.
Thanks fir the response, when i actually thought about it a little I began to understand the reasoning behind it.
I hope you got a piece of CLRH !!!
Nope. That I didn’t even mess up. There were never any shares to short.
So, I just got an email in my box this evening on GRPR. How do you develop your “pump” lists? Just noticed it was on your blotter under “Pumps” already. Is this some I have to buy a DVD to learn the Pumping “process”?
Thanks and nice day. Keep it going.